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What is early prophase?
Chromatin begins to thicken and coil, and shorten
what is late prophase?
Spindle starts to form;nuclear envelope disappears.
what is metaphase?
Chromosomes start to line up in the middle of the cell.
what is late metaphase?
all chromosomes are at the center of the cell.
what is early anaphase?
centromere dissolves, chromosomes break apart.
what is late anaphase?
chromatids are pulled to the opposite regions of the cell. spindles disappear
what is telephase?
chromatids stretch + become chromatin at each side of the cell.
What is late telephase?
nuclear envelope appears around each new nuclei.cyoplasm begins to pinch